Things have changed for me in my life in the past two months, which I’ve decided not to discuss on the blog.
Nevertheless, the result is that I’m moving back to Cleveland for the time being
I’m driving home today (and likely ‘morrow) so blogging will most likely be non-existant until then.
Next stop: Cleveland!
(or perhaps a detour into NYC and to Youngstown to seee the grandparents).
Went out to Dave and Busters with a group from the lab. Got a pic of everyone–but it needs photoshopped…gotta get around to doing that.
Tomorrow is a big day…not sure where exactly I’ll be at the end of it. Blogging will again be light.
This story doesn’t evoke muvh sympathy from me:
Lawyers for Saddam Claim He Was Attacked…
I’m moving on out of my current abode…
Blogging will be extremely light as a result
Shouldn’t the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency be paying a visit to events like this one?
Day laborers unite in their cause
Those were among the triumphs and setbacks workers discussed at the third national day laborer conference — and the first held on Long Island. The four-day meeting, sponsored in part by the Hempstead-based Workplace Project, kicked off at Hofstra University yesterday and attracted 150 workers and organizers from as far away as Seattle.
Today’s cheap thrill at the lab: I drove a Government owned van for an experiment.
Your tax dollrars at work.
That I’ve been performing operations here in the lab….
(Sorry, I won’t elaborate)
On the positive side, I’m finishing up my study today!
When WTAM dropped Glenn Beck’s radio program a few months ago, for native-Ohioan Jerry Springer’s new radio show, I thought that they were making a big mistake.
Apparently, I was right about that:
Hi everyone, A quick update about Cleveland and the Glenn Beck Cleveland Radio Network. When Jerry Springer took over for us, about half of the audience went away. However, it was too early to tell what was really going to happen.
Well,the full ratings for his first 3 months just came out.
Apparently, it was more like 2/3rd’s of the audience that ran for the hills.
Our ratings were about 3 times as high as his, and in some hours about 4 times as high.
Also, our Akron station WHLO showed up in the Cleveland ratings for the first time ever. Needless to say, thanks for sticking by us, despite a little staticfrom time to time. Not surprisingly, in case you haven’t heard, we have added another stationin the general Cleveland area–this one in Mansfield.
WMAN AM-1400 isairing the first two hours of the show from 3-5pm and the 3rd hour from6-7pm….
WTAM made a huge blunder with this one…and they hopefully will come to their senses and fix this up…
(h/t Right Angle Blog)
Oooooh….this is freakin’ awesome!
A scientist posts pictures of his own brain tumor removal operation
Freakin’ awesome! Look at all that cortex! Ooooh!
(Hey–some of us like this stuff!)
Look at that brain goodness! Photo gallery here and here
(Warning: Photos are graphic, and thus may be NSFW–depending on your work enviroment)
An interesting idea: Offshore tower to measure wind power
Here’s the caveat though–there are going to be NIMBYs opposed to it.
Just look at what’s happening in MA with the wind-towers
WaPo: White House to Withhold Supreme Court Nominee’s Tax Returns
Do a nominee’s tax returns really matter?
perhaps they matter a bit more than if he was or wasn’t a member of the Federalist Society
Ricky Martin Seeks End to Arab Stereotypes
Ricky Who? Didn’t he jump the shark ages ago?
I’m performing operations again all day today, so blogging will subsequently be light to non-existant till the evening.
Not much to talk about anyway…Jane Fonda is back (*yawn*), I wasn’t around for her trip to Hanoi. Her bus runs on vegtables which is cool…perhaps she’s using it for all the rotten veggies that people will be hurling at her?
The space shuttle took off which is cool. I’ll have to see the replay of it.
Um…er…timer is going off, gotta run
I’m not quite sure what I think about this idea:
Medical records on a stick
It does sound like a promising idea though. And wouldn’t it be cool to have copies of your X-rays, MRIs, CTs, etc?
In response to this post about professional mini-golf , commenter “Ted” wrote:
Actually, a fellow Brandeis graduate plays on the professional mini-golf tour (Chris Rantz, ’01 [Google Search]). And he’s consistently one of the top four or five money-winners every year.
Why hasn’t the Justice taken the time to write an article about this guy for its sports section?
Anyone who has ever been to Jacob’s Field probably knows of the “Beer man”
And for those of you who’ve never been to Jacobs Field, and/or never heard the beer man, you’re in luck, as the Plain Dealer recently profiled the man
It’s hard to miss the Jake’s beer guy
I’m performing operations all day so blogging will likely be light…
But here’s a story that I’m not sure what to think about: Russiaâ€™s Biggest Spammer Brutally Murdered in Apartment